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Talent Camp requires a different approach to industry partnerships, and allows us to ask a basic question: why are we trying to engineer diversity?
As thrilling as they are for audiences, Australia’s musical theatre scene is dominated by productions honed on the West End and Broadway.
For artists focussed on inner-city audiences, the idea of touring regionally can be confronting. But are audiences any different outside the capitals?
We all want diverse stories to fit a diverse country. This is what we actually mean.
From humble beginnings, the Harry Potter books became a global phenomenon. Twenty years after the first book was published, we examine the cultural impact of the series.
The master survey of the whole sector from the ABS is a fascinating mix of fortunes, which basically shows that the industry is hanging on despite difficult times.
Icon versus bureaucracy? The inevitable passage of time and tide? Paul Harris, Triple R and his loyal listeners face the end of an institution.
Whatever box we put them in, and none is entirely satisfactory, the artists whose works currently adorn the walls of MONA are clearly extraordinary.
Artists and arts workers discuss falling in love with the arts – for some a flash of insight, for others a gradual realisation.
Writing has never been easy, but sending writers out to find new ideas and people might be one way to help.
It takes time to prepare a great meal; the same is true of arts projects – especially those focused on prolonged community engagement and social change.
Working in an organisation going through a restructure or redevelopment can be a boon or a bust for your career.
Richard Tognetti and Jennifer Peedom collaborate on unique concerts and a landmark documentary.
Creativity provides a space where – whether through a picture, play, song, or simply scribbles on a piece of paper – we can start making sense of traumatic events.
Warwick Thorton's We Don't Need a Map is really something - a major essay film that is funny and fresh and unpretentious.
In from day one, producer Melissa Kelly describes how Hounds of Love evolved and honoured its original vision. Will it stand the test of time?
The government's rhetoric is all about innovation, the future, and exports, so why aren't they supporting our acclaimed local industry?
The author of Cloudstreet offers insights into the writing life and reflects on the differences between writing for the page and the stage.
Ruben Östlund, who won the Palm d'Or at Cannes this year, has a fascinating way of working with actors.
Senate Estimates misses good questions, diverts into minority party bizzaro, and pays homage to Antiques Roadshow.
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